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(1) This section applies where the court—
(a) makes a winding-up order in respect of a commonhold association, and
(b) has not made a succession order in respect of the commonhold association.
(2) The liquidator of a commonhold association shall as soon as possible notify the Registrar of—
(a) the fact that this section applies,
(b) any directions given under section 168 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (c 45) (liquidator: supplementary powers),
(c) any notice given to the court and the registrar of companies in accordance with section 172(8) of that Act (liquidator vacating office after final meeting),
(d) any notice given to the Secretary of State under section 174(3) of that Act (completion of winding-up),
(e) any application made to the registrar of companies under section 202(2) of that Act (insufficient assets: early dissolution),
(f) any notice given to the registrar of companies under section 205(1)(b) of that Act (completion of winding-up), and
(g) any other matter which in the liquidator's opinion is relevant to the Registrar.
(3) Notification under subsection (2)(b) to (f) must be accompanied by a copy of the directions, notice or application concerned.
(4) The Registrar shall—
(a) make such arrangements as appear to him to be appropriate for ensuring that the freehold estate in land in respect of which a commonhold association exercises functions ceases to be registered as a freehold estate in commonhold land as soon as is reasonably practicable after he receives notification under subsection (2)(c) to (f), and
(b) take such action as appears to him to be appropriate for the purpose of giving effect to a determination made by the liquidator in the exercise of his functions.
To be appointed: see s 181(1).